Music Production Award
Would you like to pursue in a career in the music industry and understand how music is produced?
This short course will introduce you to a broad range of music production skills. You will be able to understand the development and delivery of music production techniques and be equipped with skills to kick-start your music career.
You will study a variety of areas which include music sequencing, remixing and production, music arranging, critical listening and studio mixing.
What is Critical Listening? This is where you zone in on things like the overall equalisation (EQ) of a recording, how much reverb is on the vocal, how the drums are panned, and everything going on in a particular piece of music. This activity can really be a lot of fun.
Recording engineers use critical listening in their jobs every day. It is hugely important that they do as they need to know how to get the very best sound out of instruments, people, and recording equipment.
What areas will I study?
- Studio production
- Critical listening Music production Sequencing